Dundonians are being asked to share their family connections to the First World War for a national project celebrating the 100th anniversary of the conflict.
It is touring around 10 venues in Scotland with a performance being held at the Whitehall Theatre in Dundee on Sunday October 7.
Multimedia production Far, Far From Ypres will feature a cast of 26 from the Scottish folk scene including Barbara Dickson and uses the songs of the trenches to tell the story of the Scottish war effort.
The show was written and produced by Ian McCalman of folk group The McCalmans to give an insight into the life of a soldier through the eyes of Jimmy MacDonald.
Ian said: “During the war, soldiers sang together to bond and alleviate fear, sharing songs from contemporary music halls as well as creating their own.
“Looking back on the music of the war today, we can see how attitudes towards the conflict changed over its course.
“We look forward to sharing the story of Jimmy MacDonald – representing so many young soldiers of the war – with thousands.”
Each performance incorporates stories from the local area and producers are appealing for stories from Dundee and surrounding areas.
Whether it was a great uncle who wrote letters home from the trenches, or a great granny who helped with the war effort on the home front, descendants are asked to share the stories of their forebears for potential inclusion.
Stories, no longer than 200 words, should be emailed to ScottishCommemorationsPanel@gov.scot by September 23.